Submit Your Research
ERAU Scholarly Commons is open to submissions from ERAU faculty and staff. Student contributions are limited to ERAU theses, dissertations, and works that are recommended for inclusion by an ERAU faculty member. Non-ERAU researchers may find publication opportunities in our hosted journals and conferences area.
Faculty and Staff Submissions
Faculty and staff may submit research online through a direct submission process or contact to be paired with a librarian who will assist with the submission process. All submissions are reviewed for copyright compliance.
ERAU theses are automatically added to Scholarly Commons by library staff as part of the theses submission process. Access to theses is restricted to current ERAU students, faculty and staff.
Dissertations are also added automatically to Scholarly Commons and are openly accessible unless an embargo or restriction is requested by the student, faculty advisor, or sponsoring institution.
Graduate capstone projects and other student research must be recommended for publication by the student's advisor or faculty member related to the project. Forward the faculty recommendation to along with the research paper or presentation and any other supporting research material attached.
Journals, Conference and Events
Submit work for review by following the links and instructions on the hosted journal, conference, or event Scholarly Commons site.
Sign Up with SelectedWorks
SelectedWorks is a companion to Scholarly Commons that helps you highlight your work at Embry-Riddle and other institutions. A SelectedWorks personal website provides a place to post citations to material that cannot be uploaded full text into Scholarly Commons due to copyright restrictions. Your material already in Scholarly Commons can be linked to your SelectedWorks account. Create an account at https://works.bepress.com/ or contact to request assistance.
Please direct questions and comments about the ERAU Scholarly Commons to .